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ONE DIE Bfflll OF
BUiNS IS DES1R0YED
BY EXPLODING LAN MIME
.Desperate Fighting Around Adrianople With
Heavy Losses By The Allies Reported
When Forts Are Captured
Negotiations For Peace "'-
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
SOFIA, Bulgaria, November 28. (Special to The Advertiser)
Though no real assault has been made by the
invaders on Turkish defenses at Adrianople, one whole
battalion of Bulgarians has been destroyed by a land
mine, exploded by the Turks, according to a letter received
"today from the front.
The forts about Adrianople have been shelled and
some of them captured by
-the allied Servians and Bulgarians,
who suffered heavy
The Bulgarians and Turk
ish plenipotentiaries reassembled
today at the village
of Baghtche, outside the
Tchatalja lines, to discuss
Turthdr the terms of the proposed
armistice. The delegates
sat until late at night.
GET PACIFIC FLEET
(By Federal Wireless Telejrnph.)
AUCKLAND, Now Zealand, November
28. (Special to The Advertiser)
That there will eventually be established
a Pacific fleet as a unit of tho Imperial
navy anil comprising divisions
from Canadn, Australia and New Zen-land,
was tho declaration mado by Ad
Tiiral Kinghall, commander of tho Aus
tralian navy, at a banquet hero last
In discussing tho prosont situation ot
navnl policies of the overseas
tho Admiral said that whatever
New Zealand's naval policy might be,
Auckland must bo tho second baso of
that fleet. There was no reason, ho
said, why New Zealand should not join
forces and cooporalo with tho Australian
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
IiOS ANGKLES, November 28.
(Special to Tho Advertiser former
United States Senator John 1'. Jones is
dead hero today after a long illness. Ho
years of age. Senator
Jones was one of tho locators of tho
famous Comstock Lodo in Nevada,
REPORTED ON ISLAND
(By Federal Wireless TeJegTaph.)
SYDNCY, Australia, November 28.
(Special to The Advertiser) Details of
a serious outbreak of bubonic plague nt
Noumea lave reached hero on a ship
from the French island. Tho vessel has
been "placed in quarantine by the
Twenty natives and two Europeans
havo already succumbed to the ravages
of tho plague,, wlillo tho wliolo island
in fast becoming infected and tho pco
plo are in mortal fnar of its spreading.
ASSASSIN OF PREMIER
WAS A DEGENERATE
MADItll). November 35. An
tops) performed yesterday rovmlod
D .- . .i .if iilivslnloalcal mid In
(nlli. I n I if. m'rutioii In tliii onto of
tho ' hi of l'rumler nmmlolm,
Muiiui'l I 'in 1 Initx. TIih wolelit of Hie
1 rmii uiix roiiMclerubly ludiiw iiormwl,
It win llml tliu polio huvn
lorfrtt'l two iMiuraliUU wlm wort)
o prominent imlltUUii. (nit tliu
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A r In J In u wirttlhu miuuaua Imu
Kill k In, I inuhi ihMi i,uil0H Dili In
trim ilia Mlou IJMir Iurlt.
Sevornl Austrian ten ruptulns who
linvo visited Honolulu during Hie past
i I'll ur nvmvu ynirs urn IIKOJy to Jlgliro
In Hip mm nporatlons of Am'tjIu.TiliQiild
the Kuropoun wur ilovulop. Tlnxo aro
CaptaliiB KnUolcli, Xlgga mid
who wuro nil liuro In J8o Bt ono
liiiK u board tii Auntriuu ulumncr biinii,
Uibii almrliirwl hi uii Mrmy milnml lrnn
Wirt by the Uiillod HUtM.
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SIhih nil Ha iumurMbn vQuun from
lu MmiiU iu Siimlir him
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VOL VL. NO. 84
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 10.2 -SEMI WEEKLY
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tho command after reaching
Manila, his boat having been half-wrecked,
his crew demoralized mid his
chief engineer having gone
violently insane. u0 returned to
Fiuiiip, Austria, the home port of tho
company which owned tho Klaiu and
number of other steamers. Captain
Xlgga afterwards romiuaiided thu ijiiim.
Unptftln uciscich has Icon port
for hl mmnimv .. i.:....!. .
fX.h "nut eight yours, and will doubtless
bo in ehiirgu of soino of tin. trims
port operations of (ho Auitrlnn wnr
Tl.o Blum was rwcntly in tin. South
Atluntlf, but this itml o(,er vtwioU Uy
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' SAIL THROUGH CANAL
U U8AX "'ANOISCO, Kovember ti
' J8. (Special to The Advertiser) li
- a uui providing for sending at li
'. least forty warships of the Amor- U
'i jean navy through tho Panama U
U Canal to stoum up tho Coast to- li
ti gether and filo through tho Cold- Ti
li on Oato past tho exposition li
it grounus, is to bo introduced iu li
U congress by Senator AlWi num. j;
U mini, uccording to a letter which liv I
ti tho exposition commission lias li ''
?.' eel veil from Iohu
:. rnrnliFn eminent
- go ....mum will bo li
U asked to toad hnttleships to join ti
. tho proeeihion, aecording to Cum- K
f. inins' plain, to ho sent free li
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IhmmaWMSmmlSmmammSSV'.' 'flSKSSl Celebrate Thanksgiving Under
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Typhoon Sweeps Philippines and
Destroys City; Many Lives Lost
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MANILA, November 28. (Special to The AdvertUer) Many lives
were lost todny during a sovero typhoon, which caused damage to property
throughout tho Philippines estimated at millions of pesos Tho
storm crossed tho Islands of Samar, Leyto and tho north end of I'anay
leaving ruin and destruction n its path. '
Tho town of Tacloban, tho capital of Leyte, was practically destroyed.
Tho steamers were wrecked in tho harbor.
How many person were killed by falling houses, flying debris and
by drowning is not known, but tho list is reported heavy.
Another typhoon, undsuul in sovcrity, is predicted by tho weathor
bureau along tho west coast of Mindanao.
WHO know rooifu
(Special to Tlic Advertiser.)
SCHOFlKIiU UAItftACKS, November
28.-i-The entertainment given by tho
First Infantry Camii of the United
Spanish ,,Jir Veterans in their hall at
Sehofiehl Ilurracks today was tho
and most successful of its kind
ecr attempted here. Tho full attendance
of tho lodgo and tlioir friends
and guests unite in an unanimous voto
ol thanks to the committeo for their
I i nltmlH vliult lMmln fli n
on pete success, uni ospeciully to tho
iieriormers in the various portions of
p ogriim, nil of whom volunteered
il'Ph Ktfriip.fi? willinnl vniiiiiiii.i'l!n
'.mi to innko tho entertainment n
. o piogram for tho afternoon nor-
( tion consisted of sis Bbort boxing con-I
tests. Ko such boxing tieat has been
been eitner at tho post or in Honolulu.
This part of tho program was arranged
by First Sergeants Walsh and Ilotli.
Tho arrangements called for exhibition
bouts only, and, not hnviiijj to apprehend
knockouts, tho glovo artists ox-tended
themseives to tho full limit allowed,
and as a result, all six bouts
wore lightning-fast, clean nnd clever,
something soldom seen ia tho professional
itrcim and not to be compared
witli ordinary amateur efforts. AH tho
men liuiticinatini? wuro rlmr vnlnmns
or moro or less experience, sonio being
well known to tho Honolulu fans.
Tho first event was, a three-round boxing
contest between Monto, of tho Second
Infantry, and Jordan of tho First
Fiold Artillery, at 128 pounds. This
was a clever, speedy, earnest bout 'and
brought down tho house and put every
one iu tho best of humor.
Tho second event was a
contest between Allen, of tho Vint
Field Artillery, and Pisozczok, of the
First Infantry, both of whom aro well
nown in tno game. This pair inixod
at one worked at top speed to tho
mini gong, iney went In at 108 pounds
and woro ovomy matched and used everything
i tho bag of tricks Lut tho
Tho third bout was between Ilowca,
First Field Artlllory, and fiayail, Fifth
Cavalry, n pair of boxers,
and, like tho others, fast throughout
nml full of ginger. Thoy woro woll
matched nml brought down tho homo
with some strenuous nillloii,
Tho fourth go, botwoun Kolsnlor, First
Infantry, Hall, First I'lmd
was n nittllni;, iluihlug bout from
turt tu finish, ami wiis good enough
fnr snv cmnpiiny. Tho bl fellows wont
uf It us though tlmy worn sorlom, uinl
h far us It went, Iiui iivr been eflual
lud horn. '
Tim fifth bout, butwtimi Doniivan,
Jllfmitry. and Honknr. lifn. Civ.
airy, at IIS iioumjs, whs llm spMidliMt
". . . ' . ' '" '"HJ" w H uaiuu III-tin
blmidu liossr, Nlvmy brlug Iu,
l)uonii H ahlty, Uvor Iml who
Mill piubably bu heard frnui lalur. r
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IlluiUSt tun fn lu fulluw
Ttie Hlmlup svaa fuur ruunj jju bs
WHOLE NO. :1766
ALWAYS A PART OF A GLORIOUS VICTORY THIiWKSRIVIiilR IS
0W? , OBSERVED Bf
' AMWE.. inl,R. liM
Joint Services in Central Union
Church Yesterday Largely
TAFT'S PROCLAMATION READ
Union Services Also in Episcopal
Cathedral With Special
All Honolulu observed Thnuksgivinp;
Day yesterday. Tlic ntitomobilo which
whizzed noisily,, by crowded with men
ilnd women in their Hmartest togs, tho
crowded street ears with their humau
loads of both sees gaily clothed in
their unttiost frockB and Buits. all gavo
oidenco that tho national holiday was
being' cclebiatcd with all duo consideration.
Many people attended tho churches.
Young and old. men and u onion ami
children thronged tho bouses of worship
and mingled their prayors of thanks,
music, union services nnd a day
of sunshiini and cool breezes brought
hundreds from their homes.
I o.isting was tho main feature of tho
general program and it was ono in.
which thu rich had carefully planned
that tho pour of Hawaii might sharo
too. Hugo baskets of good, containing;
ments, vegetables, all kinds of irrocerlna
and fruits were sent to tho hoinoi whoro
otherwise 11 piontlfiil meal would havo
At tho children's playground baskets
of fruit were givon 11 way and
child made happy with a momonto
of tins fonst day. Ail nationalities participated
in tho games, l'orliaps somo
of tho little boys and girls who waited,
in liuo for tho npplo or the ornngo did
not comprehend tho meaning of such
liberality in n land whero thoy wero
foroigaers, but .dumbly' watched their
tutu and went mvay tho' great myBtery
lo bo explained in future, when the real
meaning of Thanksgiving Day comes to
them in history.
Studonts from vnrious bcIiooIs attended
somo of tho sorvlces in a body.
Tho union scrvico nt tlm ("!.,,tr,,i
Union Church was iittnmlo.1 .
from each of tho congregations
of tho threo churches united filling tho
assembly room to Its utmost.
Tho (ov. David Carey IVtors, of tlio
Christian Church, delivered tlio sermon
and chooso as his toxt: "God hns
at sundry times nnd in divors manners
spoken unto tho fatbors by tho mouths
of tiio prophets, but in these Inttor days
hns spoken unto us by His Son."
- Jfov. Mr. Peters tr.,u .,.. i...
fact that tho Lord had given In his son
an ideal to bo followed by tho
of tho earth and that Clod's
gift to tho
common people was not
tho imitorial comforts, hut tlio spiritual
bmin with which ho was so generous
In all matorial success, minister,
wo should not forget tho prico
that was paid for spiritual life, and
for theso thiiurs w xlmuM i,n i,i.
Qoyernor Jcnr Tead President Taft's
Thanksgiving Day proclamation and a
special mBcai proKram ,vas givon w,th
A. li. Ingnlls nnd tho choir, composed
of Mrs. Ilruco McV. Macknil. Miss E.
nainon, Mrs. Charles I,. Hall, Arthur F.
J all, J. A. Hill, Mrs. Clmrlos S. Weight,
, ficTi' n,mn GPorS A- Ufown
and Clifton Tracy.
A union sorvico of tho Episcopal
churches was held in St. Andrew"
Cathedral. Bishop ltestarick delivered
tho sermon nnd snnnlnl ,.,,i-i ... :
by tho choir. Kpiscoptil -; ...hh. services nits of II1VUII any
national holiday are always improsslvo,
almost Uh much so nn th(ij,i r,i,m,i
"ii iiiu uoiy days.
iiio first uiurcu of Christ, Scientist,
nducted tho Borvlcos in tho city and'
unty jail vesterdav nrinrnnn 1
held n Thanksgiving scrvico in tho Odd
building in tho ovoning.
tween Morinrity, Fifth Cavalry, and
Cunningham, Second Infantry, both
known to the Honolulu fans, nnd
tho cleverest men horo in their
class. In n provlous ovent tho mon
fought clean breaks, but Iu this ovent,
nt tlioir own request, thoy woro
to strniahten (hfiimniv,,.. i.
" .-v..- ..
a ... .v ...
. mo wrcsiiing and hugglii
malches to which tho funs havo bocomo
so accustomed It wns n troat to sihi two
good men go in nnd out of tho clinches,
both fighting nt top spcod.
Tho omcluls woro Wnlsh, niinouncorj
Scully, Tcfonio) Hoilton, tlimikeopur, all
of whom earned tho thanks of tho nu.
dlunco for their nxrellont work. Nn
decisions woro given In any ovent.
VftUdevlllo and Music.
lUnsiim Hrolhors guvs a musical ihit
In which Hourly ull tlio iimmbors of thu
Spanish War ttiiuii raoulvwl toinu uu.
impoctod jokw, Tim survlaos of Lulnl,
hIio ia nu iiroomplliilHvl plnuiiit,
tlio ufluruoaii untttrtulniiiiiiil, whlcli
niljouriieil Mt fUHr oiul
at U, Tim evtfiiinif
prutflHIII UMI III fnllims
Hulweliou by Mfnt llifmitry oiehini
voesl svlnellulii by ('JilTuriJ, Mwuild Iu
funky 1 Jwyre, llfili ivlry,
fifth OhhIi, riMiUllpM by
l.nyrwucii, H0iitl Infuntry likiul, yulul
(CmpIIuuM oa Vngt ltvt.)
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